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Sadvidya Institutions, Mysuru
Sadvidya Institutions, now grown into an evergreen, sturdy tree, germinated as Sadvidya Pathashala way back in the year 1854 to impart English / Sanskrit Education
The heritage building that it is housed in was gifted by the philanthropist Sri Gunja Narasimhaiah. A branch , then, sprouted - Sadvidya Anglo-Sanskrit Pathashala, a broad-minded, far-sighted vision patronised by the erstwhile royal scion of Mysuru, His Highness Chamaraja Wodeyar, to impart both Oriental and Occidental blend of culturally-rich and scientifically-enquiring education. Swami Vivekananda hallowed the institution when he visited it in 1892, delivering lectures everyday on the need to disseminate seeds of knowledge and to muster the youth-strength for nation-building.